Getting your festival squint spot on is not easy, expressly when it comes to your hair. If you’re camping, without easy wangle to showers (or showers you’ll unquestionably want to use), you’ll probably want your hair out of your face, but a tight topknot isn’t the most fun style you can choose. If you’re looking for some fun festival hair inspiration, try these styles on for size…
4 Festival Hair Looks to Try this Summer
Braids and festival hair go hand in hand, but you might want something slightly increasingly heady that your standard French weave or pigtails for your look. The fishtail weave is a unconfined option considering although it looks super complicated it’s unquestionably really easy to do on yourself, as it uses only two strands of hair, rather than three. The easiest way to get to grips with this style is to practice slantingly a YouTube tutorial like this one but just remember to sweep hair to one side and pack a few bobby pins to secure flyaways into place.
View this post on Instagram
Accessorise for the Prize
The flower crown is simply too overdone to rely on for festival season, so when it comes to accessorising for your festival hair look, think increasingly is more. Draw inspiration from Versace’s SS22 runway show and start with a brightly coloured silk scarf and add fresh or silk flowers or statement accessories. Nobody will know you haven’t washed your hair since Wednesday…
Another gorgeous weave to opt for this season is the rope braid. My friend Neil Moodie has a unconfined YouTube tutorial on his waterworks which talks you through how to create a really tomfool festival hairstyle that combines a Dutch weave with a rope braid. The Dutch weave keeps the hair increasingly secure (and weather-proof) than a simple twisted rope braid, so it’s a unconfined one for a long day of outside fun.
Getting Wiggy With It
Of course, if you know you won’t be worldly-wise to wash your hair and you want to squint mythological fuss-free, you could opt for a fun festival wig or hairpiece. For inspiration, and to learn how to work with a wig, follow @apwigs by hairstylist @alipirzadeh on Instagram. AP Wigs have an wondrous soft-heartedness initiative to donate every fifth wig sold to charity, empowering those unauthentic by cancer. Find out increasingly at https://www.apwigs.com/charity.
© Wendy Rowe. All Rights Reserved.